MCO federated leaders from different Districts gather at The MORESCO-1 Bard Room today, March 21, 2023 to be briefed on the latest development of the Heart Fund program among others.
The unwavering commitment of MORESCO-1 in extending support beyond the service of electricity to its Member-Consumer-Owners capitulates MORESCO-1 every year.
In 2021 it shelled out Php 1,558,000.00 to 734 beneficiaries of the Heart Fund Program. Though MORESCO-1 operates as a non-stock, not-profit electric cooperative it manages to continuously squeeze its resources and find ways on how to extend assistance during the inevitable death of its member even in the second year and into the third year of the pandemic.
The MCO Heart Fund Association Policy was adopted pursuant to the resolution passed by the general membership during the conduct of the virtual sequential district and franchise-wide assembly in 2021 and presented again in AGMA 2022.
Member Customer Development Chief Rio Vallejo, aside from the Comprehensive continuing discussion of the MCO Heart Fund Policy also rolled out orientation for the Board of Trustees (BOT) of the Heart Fund and setting the BOT election.
The constant petitions of the members in every opportunity where they can voice-out their opinions to cover not just the less fortunate senior citizens but instead all members of the coop prompted the Board and Management to revisit the program.
Watch this page for more updates on the Heart Fund Program.
Maayong adlaw sa atong mga pinalanggang Miyembro-Konsumante-Tag-iya sa MORESCO-1 labi na gayud ang mga MCO sa Distrito sa INITAO (DISTRICT 4).
Human sa pagtuki sa atong Screening Committee alang sa Piniliay nato sa Representante sa Hunta Direktiba sa atong District 4 (INITAO) karung Sabado, MARSO 25, 2023,kamo gipahibalo nga sa misumiter sa ilang mga Letter of Intent to Run, wala kitay nakitang Qualified Candidate nga mudagan ug magpa pili isip Board of Director.
Ang MORESCO-1 Screening Committee nga gilangkuban sa mga miyembro sa Management Committee sa MORESCO-1 gipanguluhan sa Institutional Services Manager, ang departamento nga maoy gi-mandato sa pagpadagan sa mga election-related activities sa Kooperatiba ubos sa mandato sa NEA Memo No. 2014-019 – 2014 Guidelines on the Conduct of EC District Election for Electric Cooperatives.” Dated 01 July 2014, Section 13.2.2 nga gaingun “In no less than seven (7) days before the election, the Screening Committee shall prepare the duly certified candidates and officially inform all applicants accordingly.”
TUNGUD KAY WALA MAN KITAY MAHIMO NGA ELECTION PINASUBAY SA NA-APROBAHAN NGA SCHEDULE OF DISTRICT ELECTION SA NATIONAL ELECTRIFICATION ADMINISTRATION (NEA), KAMI MAGPADALA NA USAB UG PROPOSAL O SUGYOT KABAHIN SA PAGPAHIGAYON SA USA NA USAB KA ELECTION ARUN MAKAPILI UG DIRECTOR ANG DISTRITO 5 NGADTO SA HUNTA DIREKTIBA SA MORESCO-1.
SA PAGKA-KARUN, ANG ATO LAMANG PAABOTON MAO ANG DESISYON SA NEA SA SUNOD NGA SCHEDULE SA ELECTION SA DISTRITO SA INITAO.
Daghang salamat sa inyong pagsabot.
Pahibalo gikan sa Institutional Services Department (ISD) sa MORESCO-1
March 20, 2023. EPTC Function Hall, Laguindingan – This time the Bridging Leadership and Transformational Engagement Capability Development trickles down to the personnel both organic and outsourced of MORESCO-1 with more than fifty (50) employees composed the first batch of the series of CAPDEV sessions. The group together with major process owners in MORESCO-1 got into a fun and innovative capability development workshop facilitated by Dr. Dixon Yasay.
To drive the capability development framework used, Dr. Yasay, delivered that communication and community organizing should be delivered across using fun and creativity-stimulating exercises where participants are involved in a dialogue without diluting the message.
Taking the huge tarp showing the Power Industry Scenario and how MORESCO-1 should future-proof itself, Yasay mentioned that it is about time for the EC to take a transformational engagement championing MCO activities that promote multi-stakeholder processes to address societal inequities. This is about leading collaborative action to bring about social change by involving three main segments: Building Ownership of the response, Developing Co-Ownership with other stakeholders in this case Member-Consumer-Owners (MCOs) and together engaging in the Co-Creation of a new reality.
Institutional Services Manager Edna S. Putian- Diango mentioned that it is about time for all in the electric coop to change how we see the MCO in a new light. All must create a bridge between the EC and the MCOs going back to the original concept of the EC being owned by those “we serve”. As a bridging leader or mover for the EC, whose values and principles compel him to make a personal response to address inequities and societal divides, recognizes that the complexity of the problem can only be solved by convening the MCOs to the divide. (Ownership)
Through a process of dialogue and engagement, the stakeholders arrive at a common vision and collective response to the situation. (Co-ownership).
The stakeholders then adopt a social innovation that leads to the societal outcome and carries it out through new institutional arrangements. (Co-creation)
Congratulations to the first batch. Over time, these arrangements become formal processes that lead to a reform-conducive policy environment and responsive programs and services.